This is part 2 of our lesson on how to say “also” or “too” in Korean. In this lesson, we are introducing how to use -도 with verbs. In order to add -도 verbs, you need to change the verb into the noun form, -기, so listen in to find out both how to change a verb into the noun form and also how to use -도 with verbs after that.
In this series, called “7 Random Korean Expressions”, we introduce seven (or sometimes more) random Korean expressions along with relavant sample sentences. If you are a beginner level learner, you can start by studying the 7 main expressions that are introduced, and if you already know those expressions, you can also study with the sample phrases used in the video. Thank you!
Let’s learn how to express “also” “too” or “as well” in Korean! You can add the particle -도 [do] to your sentence to express such meanings but the usages vary. And in this lesson, which is Part 1 out of two lessons on the paricle -도 [do], we are going to look at how to use -도 [do] with nouns and pronouns. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave us comments! 감사합니다.
In this episode of Iyagi at TalkToMeInKorean.com, 석진 and 경은 are talking about 여행, traveling. Listen in to find out why 석진 and 경은 enjoy traveling and where they want to go on their next trip! And if you haven’t, be sure to check out Iyagi #8 where 현우 and 현정 talked about the same topic! Thank you for listening!
In this lesson we are talking about how to say a certain date in Korean. When talking about the dates, you use the sino-Korean numbers, along with the words 월 [wol] and 일 [il]. Listen in to find out how to say what date today is and also how to ask someone when their birthday is. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comment box for this lesson!